Cher will drop her new record “Closer to the Truth” later this year on Sept. 24, but unfortunately it won’t include her duet with Lady Gaga.
“I did a song with Gaga and I think it's brilliant and I thought her performance was great but she doesn't like it,” the 67-year-old artist told Mark Steines during “Cher's Livestream Backstage At ‘The Voice’” interview. “So, I’ll play it for friends."
Other artists who worked on “Closer to the Truth” include the Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears (he appears on the track “Take It Like A Man”) and Pink, who wrote the tune “Lie To Me,” which was described as “a really sad song.”
Even though we won’t hear Mother Monster on Cher’s new record, there is still plenty to get excited about, as it sounds like the icon experimented and was a risk-taker this time around on her latest offering.Read More »from Cher reveals why her duet with Lady Gaga didn’t make ‘Closer to the Truth’